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ISI taps IM’s Nepal base to sneak in arms

Despite Pakistan’s repeated assurances that it was not aiding and abetting terror in India, Pakistani national and Jaish-e- Mohammed militant Mohammed Adil, alias Ajmal, has told interrogators that Pa

Aircraft with six on board missing in Nepal: Army

A military aircraft with six people on board went missing on Tuesday over a remote hunting reserve in mid-western Nepal, the army said.

The Britten-Norman Islander airplane was returning to the capi

Nepal plane crash: Grieving families wait long for last remains

After receiving the stunning news of the death of dear ones in Sunday's plane crash in Nepal, grieving families now face the ordeal of a long wait for their last remains.

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Nepal plane crash 'caused by human error'


The chief rescuer at Nepal's international airport on Monday blamed human error for a plane crash that killed 16 holidaymakers returning from a tour around Mount Everest at the weekend.

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All 19 on board killed in Nepal plane crash

A much anticipated trip to Nepal for a glimpse of the majestic Mt Everest, the highest peak in the world, up close from air led 10 Indian tourists along with nine others into the jaws of death as the

Nepal air crash: 10 Indians killed in Himalayas tragedy


A small aircraft crashed near here on Sunday morning, killing all 19 people on board, but the grief and anxiety of the victims' families was compounded after they were handed out wrong names of the In

List of dead in Nepal plane crash

Though rescuers managed to bring out a lone survivor from the wreck of the Beech aircraft in Nepal, the grievously injured 36-year-old Nepali man, identified as Nirajan Karmacharya, died while receivi

Plane crash victims' kin to travel to Nepal

A small group from Tiruchirappali in Tamil Nadu will on Monday travel to Nepal to bring back the bodies of the Indians killed in Sunday's air crash there.

Eight of the 10 Indians who died when a Budd

Poor countries lead in mother, child spending


Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Nepal and some of the world's other poorest countries helped lead the way in spending for maternal and child health over the past year , a new study says.

The report came out as

Five killed as earthquake hits Nepal


At least five people were killed, three of them outside the British Embassy here, when a strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake jolted Nepal on Sunday, sparking panic among residents.

Three people were kil

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